Based on presentations given at the New York Southeast Asia Network conference held at Pace University in April 2021, Empire Competition examines Southeast Asia and its continuously shifting power dynamics with other countries and with China in particular. Pace faculty Dr. Amy Freedman and Dr. Joseph Tse Hei-Lee are the editors of this peer-reviewed journal.
2021, Paper, 196 pages
Religion and Politics in Southeast Asia: Proceedings of the Conference on Religious and Cultural Drivers and Responses to Political Dynamics in Southeast Asia
Religion and Politics in Southeast Asia comes from a conference held at Pace University on November 8, 2019. The conference, “Religious and Cultural Drivers and Responses to the Political Dynamics in Southeast Asia,” had the goal of reaching across academic disciplines and addressing some of the interesting phenomena occurring at the nexus of religion and politics.
2020, Paper, 196 pages
Aftershock: Rethinking The Future Since 9/11
2007, Paper, 254 pages
Community, Continuity, and Change
Focusing on the last two centuries of Staten Island’s history, the essays examine how major institutions, individuals, and industries have shaped, for better or worse, the public image of Staten Island
1999, Paper, 145 Pages
Terrorism And The Psychoanalytic Space – International Perspectives From Ground Zero
2003, Paper, 185 Pages